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Old 09-30-2010, 09:10 PM   #1
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just got a furnace for my garage and am tryin to get it hooked up before winter, the problem is it has two lines on it and am confused by that. i thin i am on track with coming out of the tank into filter into burner, but do i come out of bottom ,top, have heard alot but nobody is willing to stop in and help. think i can do it with a little of the right info. any help is appreciated. thanx

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Old 09-30-2010, 09:17 PM   #2
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Sorry my trade is gas. Wait a bit.

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Doesn't matter too much weather you come out of the top or bottom of the tank.

Usually. if you come out of the top, and have your oil line 2 to 3" off the bottom. You will have less chance of pulling dirt into the burner.
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2 lines?? Wonder if one is for a return oil line? Was/is that a 2 stage or high lift system? Only saw a couple of them and they had underground tanks.
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